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Precipitation that does not infiltrate the ground or return to the atmosphere by evaporation (2 words)
Uses high pressure to force saltwater through a membrane filter with pores small enough to remove the salt; also called Microfiltration (2 words)
The most efficient way to deliver small amounts of water precisely to crops; also called Trickle Irrigation or Microirrigation (2 words)
The freshwater from precipitation and melted snow that flows across the Earth’s land surface and into lakes, wetlands, streams, rivers, estuaries, and the oceans (2 words)
Where all available pores in soil and rock in the Earth’s crust are filled by water (3 words)
Upper surface of the zone of saturation (2 words)
Purification of salt water or brackish (slightly salty) water by removal of dissolved salts
Exit points where groundwater from aquifers flows out of the ground onto land or onto lake bottoms
Porous, water-saturated layers of sand, gravel, or bedrock that can yield an economically significant amount of water
Heats saltwater until it evaporates (leaving behind salts in solid form) and condenses as freshwater
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Flat valley floor next to a stream channel
A prolonged period in which precipitation is at least 70% lower than average and evaporation is higher than normal in a particular area
Slow or rapid sinking of part of the Earth’s crust that is not slope related
Sharply defined, dramatic subsidence
Land area that delivers water, sediment, and dissolved substance via small streams to a major stream; also called drainage basin
Type of recharge where aquifers are replenished naturally by precipitation
One of the world’s largest water transfer projects that uses giant dams, pumps, and lined canals (aqueducts) to transport water from northern to southern California (3 words)
Water that sinks into the soil and is stored in slowly flowing and slowly renew aquifer
Places where competition for scarce water could trigger intense conflicts

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